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TMediaType

Syntax

typedef enum {
	TMediaVoice		= 0,
	TMediaVoIP		= 1,
	TMediaEMail		= 2,
	TMediaVMail		= 3,
	TMediaSMail		= 4,
	TMediaChat		= 5,
	TMediaVideo		= 6,
	TMediaCobrowsing		= 7,
	TMediaWhiteboard		= 8,
	TMediaAppSharing		= 9,
	TMediaWebForm		= 10,
	TMediaWorkItem		= 11,
	TMediaCustom0		= 100
} TMediaType;

Values

Important
T-Server sets the TMediaVoice value in the messages it generates.
  • TMediaVoice — Voice (PSTN) call
  • TMediaVoIP — Voice over IP
  • TMediaEMail — Electronic Mail
  • TMediaVMail — Voice Mail
  • TMediaSMail — Scanned Mail
  • TMediaChat — Chat Session
  • TMediaVideo — Video
  • TMediaCobrowsing — Cobrowsing
  • TMediaWhiteboard — Whiteboard
  • TMediaAppSharing — Application Sharing
  • TMediaWebForm — WebForm
  • TMediaWorkItem — Work item (generic)
  • TMediaCustom0 — All values greater than this one are reserved for custom media types.

Comments

In order to support MediaType in T-Servers that work with multiple media, the field media_type is included to indicate the type of media associated with a given party in an interaction. This field appears in extensions of EventRegistered and EventAddressInfo with the key mt-%d.

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